Hero Pleasure Plus scooter is an updated version of the older Pleasure model. Now starts from Rs 47,300 ex-showroom
India’s largest two-wheeler maker has updated its entry-level scooter, Pleasure. Hero Pleasure Plus has been launched at a price of Rs 47,300. Another variant of Pleasure Plus with alloy wheels is priced at Rs 49,300. The 2019 Hero Pleasure Plus is now more powerful, thanks to a bigger engine.
New Pleasure Plus scooter gets a new front fascia. The headlight design is changed to a larger one, which might give a better throw. The side turning indicators are also redesigned. The tail section gets new tailight assembly which looks better than the older model. Side panels also funkier than before. Overall the scooter looks worthy to stand out of the crowd.
Powering new Pleasure Plus is a bigger 110cc air-cooled, 2-valve engine. This powerplant makes modest 8 bhp at 7500 rpm and 8.7 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. Fueling is done by carburetor and paired to a CVT transmission. The scooter weights 101 kg which is definitely on a lighter side.
New Pleasure Plus 110 will rival Activa-i and Yamaha Ray 110
The new Pleasure Plus gets features like side stand indicator, USB charger socket, as well as an underseat LED lamp. The scooter rides on 10-inch wheels at both ends with 90/100 tubeless tyres. Braking is done by drum brakes at both ends with standard CBS system for better safety.
Speaking of the color options it gets a gloss paint job for the base variant with Black, Red, Blue, and White shades. Top trim, on the other hand, gets a matte finish with Red, Green, and Grey shades.
The bookings for Pleasure Plus will start from the first week of June with deliveries to follow soon. Price of base variant is Rs 47,300 and higher variant with alloy wheels is priced at Rs 49,300. All the prices are ex-showroom Delhi.
Pleasure Plus will rival the likes of Honda Activa-i, Yamaha Ray as well as TVS Jupiter 110 in the commuter segment.
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